The powerful 12-member council will take a definite decision on the long-winding future of the 2019-20 season.
However, the FA will hold an Executive Council meeting on Tuesday to laid to rest speculation surrounding the future of the season.
With the government reluctant to ease restrictions for the resumption of contacts sport, the decision from the Executive Council, will make for interesting reading.
The season has been thrown into turmoil since football was suspended back in March this year amid uncertain signals from government - which is reportedly unwilling to risk players and officials back onto the pitch.
Ghana lifted a partial lock-down in April but has been reluctant to allow football to return despite easing restrictions for non-contacts sport.
Some Premier and Division One League teams were hoping for a return of the game shortly after the easing of restrictions, targeting a mid-August resumption of their seasons.
But that may remain a pipe dream with the Executive Council which has been under enormous pressure finally CANCELLING the season.
A majority of clubs in the bottom half of the Premier and Division One Leagues want the season scrapped amid the coronavirus shutdown while a chunk of administrators are pushing for the current campaign to be axed.